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Flow Classic Series Single-Handle Pull-Down Spring Neck Sprayer Kitchen Faucet EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Select Flow Kitchen Faucets (various styles) on sale as listed below. Shipping is free.

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    • The Flow Classic Series Single-Handle Pull-Down Spring Neck Sprayer Kitchen Faucet is $99.01 lower (50% savings) than the list price of $199.
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Select Flow Kitchen Faucets (various styles) on sale. Shipping is free. Valid through today only 5/19/2022

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To be clear motion-activated means you put your hand in front of the sensor to turn it on and then you do the same to turn it off. It is NOT like those water-saving motion faucets in public bathrooms which are a pain. Otherwise, it works like a regular faucet with the same adjustments you make with the handle (pressure and temperature).

For me, the detection point is at about 2 inches from the sensor so it doesn't get easily triggered when doing dishes. If you don't turn it off it will automatically shut off after 3 minutes.

Also, when you pull the faucet head out to spray that also turns the water on and when you put it back it turns it off.

Just sharing as I didn't totally get how this worked. Bought it from Costco for a little more but well worth it. I love this thing!
Eh, bring the motion activated back to $100!

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Eh, bring the motion activated back to $100!
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Ditto with the motion sense version
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Purchased the motion activated non-X version back in March 2021 on a sd for $99 and love it. It works flawlessly and replaced a Moen faucet that I hated and was replacing parts almost monthly. The batteries that control the motion sensor are still going after 14 months so no complaints there either.
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not sure how, but my batteries have been going for almost 3 years with constant use. either the best batteries ever or this thing sips battery
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The image posted is misleading. I thought this was for the motion activated non-x version that I missed a couple months back.
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To be clear motion-activated means you put your hand in front of the sensor to turn it on and then you do the same to turn it off. It is NOT like those water-saving motion faucets in public bathrooms which are a pain. Otherwise, it works like a regular faucet with the same adjustments you make with the handle (pressure and temperature).

For me, the detection point is at about 2 inches from the sensor so it doesn't get easily triggered when doing dishes. If you don't turn it off it will automatically shut off after 3 minutes.

Also, when you pull the faucet head out to spray that also turns the water on and when you put it back it turns it off.

Just sharing as I didn't totally get how this worked. Bought it from Costco for a little more but well worth it. I love this thing!
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The motion-activated one has been at this price for months.
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5 year warranty vs. lifetime for Moen and Delta FYI.
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Quote from JonnyWad :
To be clear motion-activated means you put your hand in front of the sensor to turn it on and then you do the same to turn it off. It is NOT like those water-saving motion faucets in public bathrooms which are a pain. Otherwise, it works like a regular faucet with the same adjustments you make with the handle (pressure and temperature).

For me, the detection point is at about 2 inches from the sensor so it doesn't get easily triggered when doing dishes. If you don't turn it off it will automatically shut off after 3 minutes.

Also, when you pull the faucet head out to spray that also turns the water on and when you put it back it turns it off.

Just sharing as I didn't totally get how this worked. Bought it from Costco for a little more but well worth it. I love this thing!
Perfectly said. I got this from...I think the deal was through Newegg, believe it or not, in 2018 for $100, when it was under the "Biobidet" branding only. I'm still on my original set of batteries, and the only drawback that I can find is that when I go to other people's houses, I look like a fool waving my hand in front of their kitchen sink.
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Perfectly said. I got this from...I think the deal was through Newegg, believe it or not, in 2018 for $100, when it was under the "Biobidet" branding only. I'm still on my original set of batteries, and the only drawback that I can find is that when I go to other people's houses, I look like a fool waving my hand in front of their kitchen sink.
People come over to my house and it's the opposite. They're moving the handle back and forth and wondering why the water isn't turning on.
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People come over to my house and it's the opposite. They're moving the handle back and forth and wondering why the water isn't turning on.
ooof same here, but I have a separate hot water spigot that dispenses near-boiling water. I learned that I need to explain my sink to everyone or something bad will happen again.
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The motion-activated one has been at this price for months.
I bought the nonx motion nickel version for $149 at the end of April. So this is $10 cheaper..
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Eh, bring the motion activated back to $100!
This!! I bought some Amazon knock off one and never use the motion because it sucks. Been waiting for this to go back to $99.
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